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Oman national team suffered a major setback yesterday after international goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi was ruled out of Oman's two crucial World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and Iran, following a shoulder injury. Speaking to Times Sport, yesterday, Habsi's
With April the bloodiest month in Iraq for nearly five years, more Iraqis are seeking safety in Jordan (Reuters) Amman, Jordan Maki al-Nazzal, a 57-year-old Iraqi from Fallujah, returned to Amman a week ago from a visit to his home city in Iraq.
Favourable market conditions may prompt Dubai to issue another sovereign bond this year, a top official said yesterday, adding that the emirate was looking at alternative means to repay its debt if asset sales did not materialise. Global investor
The complaint issued by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority did not name the investors...The relief that we're seeking is to get him his money back, said Jeffrey Erez, an attorney with Sonn & Erez who is representing Odrick. We don't believe
There's a point when the parents of a country get so desperate they sell whatever they can to make ends meet, including their daughters. This topic came up with some guys at my hotel when Ahmed stood looking at his Facebook account on the small
The Labor party member, who has been suspended by the party pending an investigation, told The Huffington Post last week that he completely and unreservedly apologizes. He said he had the greatest respect for the Jewish community and that his
A corrupt, low-level cop with a healthy dose of street smarts rises to control hundreds of illegal gambling dens in Pakistan's largest city...The story has given a rare and colorful glimpse into the vast underworld in Karachi, a chaotic metropolis of
An eight-year-old boy draws deeply on a cigarette, the small fingers of his other hand clutching an AK47 rifle that balances awkwardly against his chest. He is too small to be able to hold his weapon properly, but this little boy, Ahmed, is already a
A British assembly member was hovering after blaming the Jews for being imprisoned on a reckless driving charge, according to press accounts in the joined Kingdom. Pakistan-born Nazir Ahmed was hovering Thursday by Britain'
More than one million Syrians have been forced to leave their lives behind to escape the war, crossing the borders to neighboring Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, and Iraq. As many feared they would be stopped if they appeared to be on the run, the refugees